The Dark Side of the Batman. On Going Battle of Good vs. Evil.
Do you have a new camera and aren?t sure what to do with it? This essential and practical beginner's guide to digital SLR photography will help get the most out of your camera. Expert photographer William Cheung has written this essential guide to DSLR camera technology with the beginner in mind.
All of the text is in plain, easy-to-understand language.
It takes budding photographers through every stage from choosing and getting to know their camera, to taking excellent photographs and editing, printing, and sharing them. Specifically designed to ease the transition from standard compact digital cameras and traditional film SLR cameras, the book clearly explains the differences, and how a beginner can get the most out of the DSLR camera in the shortest possible time.
Readers will gain the confidence to achieve photography excellence with the following know-how: ?Understanding how lenses work, what lenses to buy, and how to use a zoom lens ?PC versus Mac? Does it matter? ?Setting exposure, contrast, white balance, and much more are explained in simple step-by-step tutorials ?How to focus, set shutter speed, and frame your photo in the viewfinder ?How to scan and store your pictures, printing, framing, e-mail, create slideshows, and uploading photos on the Web Whether you are a serious photo hobbyist or a novice who wants to take advantage of the improved control of DSLR, this user-friendly reference will show you how to maximize everything a DSLR camera has to offer.
HAUNTED HEARTS by Kim Cox (Lana Malloy Paranormal Mystery Series, Book 1) Two ghosts, a hysterical neighbor and the handsome nephew of her aunt's fiance and you get a mix bag of comical events. Lana Malloy embarks on a new career as a private investigator. She must solve the forty-year-old murder of her great aunt and her great aunt's fiance or they will remain Haunted Hearts. REST SPIRIT by Elizabeth Delisi Desperate to talk to her young son, who died from a rare, incurable blood disease, Laura St. Clair uses a Ouija board to try to reach him. But when she makes contact with the spirit world and receives a message, whom has she reached? And what does the spirit want in return for helping her? VALENTINE'S INN by Chris Grover After being badly injured in an auto accident, which killed three of her friends, Rianna Gordon has given up on life. Then she meets Josh Byford, unaware that Josh is a ghost. Rianna is a lawyer not a hotelier, but rather than sell the country inn her family has owned for over a hundred years, Josh not only convinces her to reopen and run it, he finds her the perfect partner as well--the boy she fell in love with when she was nine years old and never quite forgot. GHOSTS OF AULD LANG SYNE by Maureen McMahon (Stacey Christian & Peter Mansfield: Book 2) The second book of the series after Return of the Gulls, Stacey Christian and Peter Mansfield reunite in Ghosts of Auld Lang Syne to celebrate New Year with friends at a remote New England homestead. Are the terrifying incidents that befall the guests really only accidents? And why does the spectre of a young woman walk the halls? FATE'S LITTLE TRICK by Sheryl Hames Torres Gemma McKenzie Fuller must put aside her fears and help someone from her past. Can a troubled child teach her that going back again could possibly be a Christmas miracle? MEETING MR. WRIGHT by Chris Grover Vicki figured the dream was simply a spin-off of her bedtime reading. She had no idea it was a prediction of things to come."
DRAGON DANCE After Lune witch Cora Phillips rid herself of the dragons she summoned to mate, she fled New York and vowed to stay far away from the magnetic pull of Dragon Lord Salim Aridi and his possessive dragon. Her vow crumbles to dust when the red dragon hunts her down in the night and demands she rescue Salim from madness and join him in a DRAGON DANCE.
This book talks about all of the ways that families can be different and the essential ways they are the same. This book is specifically designed for e-book readers and utilises simple pictures in a range of styles along with clear, easy to read text. 20% of the profits from this book will be donated to UNICEF to support children in developing countries.
Walking through Dublin Castle or along the surviving medieval city walls, you can see only glimpses of what it would have been like to live in the city centuries ago. Tales of Medieval Dublin provides a chance for modern audiences to meet the Irish, Norse, and English men and women who lived in this colorful medieval city, and to hear their fascinating stories. While providing the most up-to-date research, the 14 tales in this book are written to appeal to anyone interested in the city's past.
They span almost 1,000 years of Dublin 's history and trace the lives of warriors, churchmen, queens, bards, and barons, as well as those individuals who are so often ignored in the historical record, like housewives, tax collectors, masons, lawyers, notaries, peasants, and slaves. This volume serves both as a history of the medieval city, and as a window into the day-to-day lives of the men and women who lived there. [Subject: History, Medieval Studies, Irish Studies]